Rogue Trader Ep 9: Birth of Enemies part 2 of 2

Till now, Renaldo has been a master warrior, a master diplomat, and a master trader. But now, with his plans coming into fruition, he is ready to show friend and foe alike that a true Rogue Trader must also be a master manipulator.

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8 comments on “Rogue Trader Ep 9: Birth of Enemies part 2 of 2

  1. Thelastarchitect says:

    Great podcast as always. I just wanted to take a moment to thank you guys for such a great “Show” each week and to say that, as a long time listener, I hope you guys get to keep making these for as long as you enjoy doing it, also that your listener numbers continue to grow. I’ve recently moved to another country, alone, where I know know no one and don’t speak the language and when I listen to these podcasts each week as a I walk around the city it really reminds of me of my life back home and helps me feel a little less homesick. Which in a place like this is a big deal. So thank you Fandible, you mean a lot to at least one listener. =)

    Here’s to 100 more episodes! =)

  2. Barsher Da Barsher says:

    Hey LastArchie! (Like the nickname? Good — it’s yours).

    Man, this is always nice to see out there! Seriously, thank you for giving us these kind words.

    While we all didn’t move to another country, most of the Fandible crew knows how it feels to be a new person in a new place. When me and Angela moved to NYC a few years ago, we didn’t know anyone. Making friends was incredibly hard for us. However, we stuck with NYC and eventually ran into Danny, Jesus, and then David. All of us just happened to take a chance on a random Meetup group and found each other. Just keep your eyes open out there for chances to meet a group — who knows, you could find a tabletop group.

    Anyways, hope you have a good time out on your adventure in a new place. Want to do me a favor and toss me any local lore so I can steal it for my World of Darkness games? I’ll name a character after you if you do… though, sadly, not many of my NPCs come out smelling like daisies in the end of the game.

  3. Pushing up daisies is, however, a fairly common pastime amongst PCs and NPCs alike. 😉

    Ditto on the thank-yous for all your sterling RPG recording work!

  4. Fabian says:

    Awesome stuff. I guess I can see now why Angela chose a new character–the mutineer meme is hilarious, especially when used to justify killing people who aren’t even crew members!

  5. Arvandus says:

    Im glad you guys enjoy our games and thank you for all your kind words.

    And repeating what Billy said, take a chance. You’ll find some fun people to hang out with and awesome moments. And, while during your search, you have a horrible moment or two, you’ll at least have some interesting stories when you eventually meet some cool people.

  6. Thelastarchitect says:

    Actually I’m living in Prague which has from what I can tell a wealth of legends that could be used in a World of Darkness game and really interesting locales for a major modern city. It seems to have ghosts out the wazoo, and strange ones at that, such as the The Begging Skeleton or, much better for a WoD game, The Iron Man. Also of course the more famous Golem of Prague.

    And yeah, good idea you guys, once I get the chance I’ll start looking for English speaking gaming groups. Hopefully I’ll get as lucky as you guys did! =)

  7. Malkavianmadman says:

    Just listened to this (I know I am slow) Just wanted to point out that you can actually buy advances from previous ranks. That is to say if at rank 1 you can get Command and you don’t you could buy it at rank 2+ if you wanted.

  8. Raven says:

    So it’s the almighty Chris, rival and hater of demented Sally, who work with the very tubby Nigel who is in turn rival of the oh so annoying Ted.

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